Gah! 80th St H&H Bagelry closes. :-(
Hell's Kitchen will supposedly remain open, but it's not the same
(My kids won't eat bagels from anywhere else at this point.)
Nothing compares to Bubba's.
Good question, IG. When are you sending me my comparison gift basket? :-D
It was delicious!
There are, in fact, alcohol-soluble flavors in tomatoes, which is why some people add a bit of red wine to tomato-based sauces. I don't particularly like the way that tastes, though, so I don't do it.
Of course, there's also the classic vodka sauce, but you cook the alcohol out of that; it's not a flambe...
Perhaps with some interesting modifications...
Ah, the Latin for 'Flaming Ragu Sauce'.
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Oliver Twist shouldn't have been looking for more gruel. He should have just requested more oats so that he could have thickened the gruel into a proper porridge. Mix in some brown sugar to give it a bit of sweetness, maybe a couple of pieces of bacon or sausage on the side, and a nice cup of coffee.
What the heck was wrong with that kid? He's gotta eat a proper breakfast.
And I suppose I shouldn't be rewriting allegedly-classic literature when I'm really hungry. But what the heck, this is Uncensored, where pretty much anything goes...
Yeah, he should have jumped straight to the beef wellington with a nice consumme.
Hopefully, he would have remembered his flippers!
(For those not in the know -- the part that sits on the plate is called the heel, and the part that sits on top of the burger is called the crown. If there is a third slice in the middle, such as with the Big Mac bun, that slice is called the club.)